'47 Ronin' - the samurai tale starring Keanu Reeves - was originally set for release this November. It was then pushed back to February, 2013 claiming they wanted to "perfect the 3D" effects. But now the film is being pushed back even further - over a year after it was originally scheduled to hit theaters. So what gives?
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Keanu Reeves has been a busy man lately. He recently wrapped up work on his new feature '47 Ronin,' about a band of samurai out to defend their master's honor, and now making his directorial debut with 'Man of Tai Chi,' which, judging from the video he posted, looks to be pretty epic.
'47 Ronin,' the samurai action film starring Keanu Reeves, is on the move. Universal Pictures has bumped the movie from its November release date to next year -- but there are different reasons floating around for the delay.
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